- adj. of a garment not covering the shoulders.
- adj. not covering the shoulders (especially in the case of a blouse or dress)
“Charlize Theron also showed off her enviable figure in a short black, off-the-shoulder number.”
“As a younger woman, her portrait in an off-the-shoulder gown has been included in a mural celebrating San Francisco in the Clift Hotel.”
“Jean-Paul Pelissier/Reuters Charlene wore an off-the-shoulder gown by Giorgio Armani, and a long veil.”
“The "Mean Girls" star appeared disheveled in a black, off-the-shoulder dress.”
“I was wearing a pale gold, off-the-shoulder, bell-sleeved cover-up that stopped a few inches below my ass.”
“More on Ascot A Magnificent Obsession A Week at the Races The Royal Enclosure rules no off-the-shoulder dresses, halter necks, spaghetti straps or shoulder straps of less than half an inch; no mini skirts; no midriff baring; and full-length trouser suits only in matching color are blatantly biased in favor of males”
“We can trace it back to cavewomen and their off-the-shoulder pelts.”
“During its catwalk show for spring, a pixie-haired daughter wore an off-the-shoulder peasant blouse with cropped shorts, while her mother wore a white blouse tucked into khakis with a belt.”
“The last major royal wedding was that of Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden in June 2010 -- a wedding I covered from Stockholm, and she was the first royal bride to have a gown with an off-the-shoulder wrap neckline with short sleeves.”
“Young people with tattoos, "Flashdance"-style off-the-shoulder shirts and peep-toe black wedges mingled with older folks in dapper suits and fedoras.”
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